Cinema of Ruins: The Films of Solomon Nagler

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Fugue Nefesh
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The Sex of Self-Hatred
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Perhaps/We
B&W and Colour/16mm
Untitled 1 (Prayerielandescape)
B&W and Colour/Super-8/16mm
Untitled 2 (The Last Jew of Edenbridge)
B&W and Colour/Super-8/16mm
Untitled 3 (Stone Killer)
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